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Farmington New Mexico Police Station Address: 900 N Municipal Dr, Farmington, NM 87401, United States


2 days ago
Jorge will be speaking tonight, 6-8, at the Sycamore Park Community Center. #FarmingtonNM https://t.co/LM6mPcwWSa

3 days ago
Our guest on today’s episode of #TheCopShopWithFPD will be Ed DesPles w @SanJuanCollege Topic: Campus Safety @KSJE https://t.co/TwNgNauBr0

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3 days ago
Jorge will share his story with the community 6pm tomorrow at the Sycamore Park Community Center. https://t.co/MKEXMaw3yN

5 days ago
Come out and take the PLUNGE for Special Olympics! Sat. Jan. 27th 11 am at The Beach. Donate at FirstGiving https://t.co/nX3grkzTyR https://t.co/q7oYdGUgA0

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico

The Farmington Police Department is an internationally accredited, progres­sive law enforcement agency committed to maintaining the highest standards of personal and organizational in­tegrity while providing our community with a superior level of ser­vice. Department chal­lenges are met by remaining responsive to community needs, employing innovative crime-fighting strate­gies, implementing state-of-the-art tech­nology, and providing leadership to our young people through effective crime preven­tion and intervention programs.

The Department continues to demon­strate its commitment to the community by aggressively address­ing criminal activity through Community Oriented Policing con­cepts. The community policing initiatives conducted by the De­partment are designed to meet the diverse needs of the communi­ty. Several offices are maintained throughout the community to en­hance accessibility to police services. These offices are located at the old fire station on McCormick School Road, the City Centre, located in downtown Farmington, and the Urgent Care Center on East Main Street.

Recognizing that today’s youth are the keys to our future, the Department maintains the School Resource Officer program in the local schools. The De­partment also sponsors a two week Summer Adventure Camp for local youth.

The Farmington Police Department continues to meet the standards to remain ac­credited through the Commission on Ac­creditation for Law Enforcement Agen­cies (CALEA). The Department went through the GOLD STANDARD process in April 2012 and was awarded the Meritorious Certificate of Re-accreditation in July of 2012.

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico added 6 new photos.18 hours ago

It was a packed house last night during Jorge Cuevas’ presentation. Thank you to the Sycamore Park Community Center for hosting the event! If you didn’t get to attend, you can listen to the podcast of his interview on the Scott Michlin Morning Program at http://bit.ly/2EUsvYT

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico19 hours ago

Congratulations to Tanya Tyler, winner of our first Traffic Trivia!

#traffictrivia

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico2 days ago

STOLEN MOTORCYCLE:
We are seeking information about a motorcycle that was stolen from the La Terraza Apartments. It’s a red, 2004 Harley-Davidson Sportster with New Mexico plate S08236.

Anyone with information about this incident may message us in reference to case #18-3729. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS.

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico added 2 new photos.3 days ago

Recognize the individuals in the photos? We’d like to speak with them about a shoplifting that occurred at the Giant gas station on Bloomfield Highway. If you believe you know either of the subjects, please message us in reference to case #18-3772. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at (505) 334-TIPS.

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico4 days ago

***UPDATE***
We have our winner for today! We will be posting her photo when we deliver her prize. Thank you to everyone who submitted answers!
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Today we’re launching Traffic Trivia as a fun way for us to share information about traffic laws. Traffic Trivia will also give community members a chance to win a prize.

How to Play:
We will periodically post a clue about a traffic law or driving etiquette. The clues will be posted on Tuesdays, but not every week, so keep an eye on our page. The first person to email us the correct answer will win a prize.

NOTE: Answers submitted in the comments section of the post WILL NOT be accepted. To win, you must email your answer to fpdpublicrelations@fmtn.org

If you email an answer, you’re also agreeing to have your photo posted on our page in the event you’re a winner.

Ready to play? Here’s the first clue:
A 4th conviction of this traffic offense is a felony and will land you up to 18 months in jail (a minimum of 6 months), up to $5,000 in fines and license revocation, in addition to other court requirements.

#TrafficTrivia

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Farmington Police Department – New Mexico shared The Daily Times’s post.4 days ago

Hear Jorge’s story this Thursday, 6 p.m. at the Sycamore Park Community Center.